Aug 23

The TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) blog has posted the list of the 20 most-watched TED Talks to date. Sir Ken Robinson talk from 2006 called Schools Kill Creativity is still at the top of the list, with a staggering 13,409,417 views.

TED is a global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, formed to disseminate ideas worth sharing. The top ten by total number of views is:

  1. Sir Ken Robinson Schools Kill Creativity (2006)
  2. Jill Bolte Taylor Stroke of Insight (2008)
  3. Pranav Mistry The thrilling potential of SixthSense (2009)
  4. David Gallo‘s Underwater Astonishments (2007)
  5. Pattie Maes and Pranav Mistry SixthSense (2009)
  6. Tony Robbins Why we do what we do (2006)
  7. Simon Sinek How great leaders inspire action (2010)
  8. Steve Jobs How to live before you die (2005)
  9. Hans Rosling The best stats you’ve ever seen (2006)
  10. Brene Brown The power of Vulnerability (2010)

Advanced Presenter Julian Treasure is still some way outside the top 20 most watched on TED, but in case you want to help him catch up a bit, check out:

We recommend them all!

To view the full list see The 20 most-watched TED Talks to date

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